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Monthly Archives: January 2011

The financial mistakes people make when giving to charities.

I came across this great article from the Wall Street Journal about How to Avoid Mistakes When Giving To Charity and Read More >>

Taxable Web site advertising vs. Qualified Sponsorship Payments

If a company pays to support your organization on your Web site, is it taxable? Actually, mentions that look like Read More >>

ERISA proposing new definition of fiduciaries

Recently, the Employee Benefits Security Administration announced indictments against two separate employee benefit plan employees for embezzlement. In one case, Read More >>

Four things you need to know about periodic reports

Every four years, the Texas Secretary of State requires nonprofit organizations to file an informational report to confirm the organization’s Read More >>

The merging of 401(k) and 403(b)?

It’s definitely not official, but there is considerable talk about the narrowing gap between 401(k) and 403(b) plans. Therefore, the Read More >>

Reporting Requirements for Small Charities May Be Simpler

 January 13, 2011 – The Internal Revenue Service today announced that small tax-exempt organizations may be able to shift to Read More >>

Don’t forget to choose your sales tax-free days

When finalizing your event calendar for the year, remember to take advantage of two one-day tax-free sale days. Although an Read More >>

Does your company stand up to new document-signing scrutiny?

Do your employees really read and understand the documents they sign or do they robo-sign thousands of documents in minutes?  What Read More >>

IRS Extends 2011 Tax Deadline to April 18th!

The IRS opened the 2011 tax filing season by announcing that taxpayers have until April 18 to file their tax returns. Read More >>

Immediate payroll processing impact of the tax bill

There’s much information to consider with the new tax bill. Of urgent importance is payroll processing. Here’s an article that Read More >>